I could do that. But why should I? If you're writing for others to read, make it so they can read it. Don't force them to have to screw around.
It's ironic you say this as your opening web page gives visitors instructions about how people should adjust their monitors to better view your web pages with the bright red links.
As for the OP, I found a couple of funny and relevant items among the 50, but the vast majority were rather inane. Take for example #18 "They can’t have a normal conversation with throwing acronyms and random numbers" Really, in more than 25 years as a photographer, I've never, ever seen this happen. Or #31 "Whenever you’re in a group talking and the conversation goes deep, they’re taking notes in some form of Moleskin." Really? What the hell does that even mean? How about And finally, #50 "They orgasm every time they learn a new lighting technique." Again, really? <sigh> Then there are the mentions of circular rainbows, wanting to Photoshop EVERYTHING and, ummm, a second mention of moleskin. Will somebody please tell me what is up with moleskin? Am I missing a great part of the photography experience? Is it made with real moles? Facial or rodent? How can I get one? What is it used for? And does it come with a USB cable? Please, someone. I NEED one.